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Greene, Graham, 1904-1991

LC control no.n 79021903
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR6013.R44
Personal name headingGreene, Graham, 1904-1991
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Variant(s)Greene, Henry Graham, 1904-1991
Grin, Graham, 1904-1991
Grin, Greham, 1904-1991
Grin, Grehem, 1904-1991
Grin, Grėm, 1904-1991
Grīna, Grāhama, 1904-1991
Grinas, Greihamas, 1904-1991
Grīns, G. (Greiems), 1904-1991
Grīns, Greiems, 1904-1991
Gurīn, Gureamu, 1904-1991
Gŭrin, Gŭreŏm, 1904-1991
Грин, Грэм, 1904-1991
גרין, גרהם, 1904-1991
گرين، گراهام، 1904-1991
グリーン, グレアム, 1904-1991
格拉姆・葛林, 1904-1991
Other standard no.59083415
Associated countryEngland
Great Britain
Birth date1904-10-02
Death date1991-04-03
Place of birthBerkhamsted (England)
Place of deathVevey (Switzerland)
Field of activityNovels
Short stories
Spy fiction
AffiliationGreat Britain. MI6
Profession or occupationNovelists
Novelist Playwright Intelligence agent Spy
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Found inThe man within, 1929.
Davis, E. Graham Greene ... c1984: p. 4 of cover ([Henry] Graham Greene)
Chʻoe, C.S. Gŭreŏm Gŭrin ŭi sosŏl kwa Unamuno, 1984: t.p. (Gŭreŏm Gŭrin)
His Journey without maps, 1992: t.p. (Graham Greene) ser. t.p. (d. April 1991)
Komedianti, 1985: t.p. (Greiems Grīns) colophon (Grīns G.; Grėm Grin)
Masʻotai ʻim dodati, 1971: t.p. (Greham Grin)
Jaya-parājaya, 1956: t.p. (Grāhama Grīna)
Masʻotai ʻim dodati, 2015: title page (גרהם גרין = Graham Grin)
Wikipedia, March 27, 2018 (Graham Greene; Henry Graham Greene OM CH (2 October 1904-3 April 1991), better known by his pen name Graham Greene, was an English novelist regarded by many as one of the greatest writers of the 20th century; also wrote short stories and plays, which were well received, although he was always first and foremost a novelist; born Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England; died Vevey, Switzerland; nationality: British)
Web NDL authorities, March 27, 2018 (Greene, Graham, 1904-1991; variant: グリーン, グレアム = Gurīn, Gureamu; Grinas, Greihamas)
KinoPoisk website, March 27, 2018 (Грэм Грин = Grėm Grin; Graham Greene [in roman])
Khaghagh amerikatsʻin, 2018: title page (Grehem Grin)
Bāzīgarān, 1985: t.p. (گراهام گرين = Grāhām Grīn) t.p. verso (Graham Greene [in rom.])
New Yorker (New York, N.Y. : 1925), Dec. 5 2022: in an article entitled "Counter-espionage" by Jill Lepore on page 28 (Maugham's best-known successors -- Graham Greene, Ian Fleming, and John LeCarré -- were spies too. Greene worked for M.I.6, Britain's foreign-intelligence service)
Associated languageeng